Get Down to the Gemmell for Signed Copies of 46 and Counting (and #AskEhab Tees!)

As reported in this week’s HCST newsletter, from 1.30pm tomorrow you will be able to get your hands on signed copies of City fan Ian Bunton’s 46 and Counting, as well as the chance to chat with the author himself. 

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After relegation from the Premier League in 2015 Ian uttered the now famous words, “Never mind son, The Championship will be better. We might even win a few games. Tell you what, let’s try and go to every game.” And with that, a book was born. 46 and Counting is the story of Hull City AFC’s 2015-16 season written by City fan Ian Bunton and his son Thomas.

HCST is delighted to welcome Ian to the Trust’s matchday home at The William Gemmell,  pre-match tomorrow to sign some copies for HCST members to purchase. The Trust is also delighted to announce that HCST’s newest and most sought-after product, the #AskEhab t-shirt (as see on MOTD2), will also be on sale at the Gemmell, along with HCST membership forms for those still looking to become a member.

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Why not come down for a pre-match pint and have a word with Ian, as well as a chat with other HCST members and other Tigers fans?

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